Anybody out there!

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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby growjd8888 » 22/01/2010, 14:37

VIDEO can be ssen on youtube. Type in IACC 120 ETNZ, carbon

SPECIAL THANKS TO CLAUDIO AND MATTHIAS

MORE VIDEOS TO COME

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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby growjd8888 » 23/01/2010, 15:23

I put your website on my youtube video to try and promote people to come here. If you dont want me to I will take it down.

jeff

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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby matthias72 » 23/01/2010, 15:52

It is ok Thanks! ;)

Please, could you post here the link to your youtube site?
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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby growjd8888 » 27/01/2010, 2:47

Just added music to the video...much better now!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhUYd1DEob8

jeff

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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby growjd8888 » 15/02/2010, 11:47

USA-17 !!!! the wing is amazing...Im trying to figure out how it can be done in an r/c scale.... Not sure how claudio feels about multihulls, but bmw and alinghi's boats were works of art.

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Postby matthias72 » 15/02/2010, 12:30

Bmw Oracle is a work of art on my opinion: 33 knots yestarday!!! Impressive!
But honesty the sailing and the AC tradition is another thing. I remember the fantastic 2007 edition, the hardest fought of ever. I hope that Ellison will continue the match race traditions, using boats as similar as possible with the boats used up to 2007 and Luois Vuitton Cup today.
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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby growjd8888 » 01/03/2010, 22:11

I AGREE MATTHIAS!! This design you have is amazing, and offers several different hull designs and paint schemes.. Also is super fast.. The size seems perfect for sailing far away due to its size, height of sails pick up great winds during low tide or low wind days. And it still fits in my mini-van fully assembled. I like this class so much I decided to build my dad Mascalzone Latino. He wanted one ever since I blew away his 100% carbon CR-914 with your ETNZ build.

WEll here are some pics..
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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby growjd8888 » 01/03/2010, 22:15

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KEEL and RUDDER w/ first Tracer Coat
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Re: Anybody out there!

Postby matthias72 » 02/03/2010, 0:01

Great work Jeff!!!
This Mascalzone is wonderfull! Your work with carbon fiber is very accurate compliments!
I hope that some one near you, seeing your work decide to get a IACC, on this way you can create a group to race with fun!
I want to see in water this boat, please send us the video!

Cheers

Matth
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